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in minneapolis, minnesota. i bet you have never seen anything like it before. >> that is so cool. >> this is actually ice being pushed against the shore at madison lake in plymouth, minnesota. this is a process known as ice chandeliering. those people haven't seen this, people in minnesota s don't see a lot of this. >> i have never seen anything like this. >> this is something you see your teacher do in science class. here, you have a science project on the water. >> they said the ice is incredibly brittle due to sun and the warm temperatures. at some point, it reaches the state where ice first crystallizes. the high winds blows it toward the shore and the ice splinters. it's creating the racket and the jouz that you hear. >> it sounds awful, especially for the end of april. i think minnesota is like please. >> this is the ice out phase of the lakes up in minnesota. this is the sign that spring is here. old man winter is about to get his behind out of town. >>> back that ass up, into the fence when you have an itchy butt. >> it would be better if it was a donkey. >> it's making a
for any one who might have been injured or buried underneath. there were no serious injuries. minnesota storms packing heavy snow and ice. there might be no relief in sight unfortunately more snow expected there this morning. it is spring heather and patti ann. >> as the sunrises we will tell you more about the devastation in these states. maria molina is live and she is tracking another round of wild weather. >> the same storm system responsible for 250 reports of severe weather including tornadoes across sections of the middle mississippi valley into the plains is moving ooeb. they were talking about more widespread severe storms. we have thunderstorms and areas of heavy rain from houston texas up to the city of detroit. a large storm system and on the backside of this like ainsley mentioned we have heavy snow expected anywhere between 8 to 12 inches of snow across central portions of the state of minnesota including cities like minneapolis. keep that in mind through out the day today. it is not a good day for traveling. we have a number of winter storm warnings in effect. where tempe
's freeze it. this is pretty cool. take you up to minnesota. this is plymouth, minnesota. this is called shandaleering, where the ice splinters into fine shards. it's ice. and it is splintering. >> why is it doing that? >> in the process of melting. isn't that cool? >> that's only here. >> well, that's only in minnesota. it is called chandeliering. when the sun hits it, it begins to almost explode really. it's kind of cool. >> drastic changes. >>> all right, let's take a live look outside. it's our michael and son weather camera. essentially looking east, northeast. temperatures are in the 50s. only managed to make it to 62 today. dew point in the 50s. we aren't seeing much change overnight. winds still east, northeast at 10. here's a look at the visible satellite. as if you were in space looking down. this does not measure clouds. and you see a lot of clouds. back even across into garrett county and into tucker county, west virginia, the good news is, they will eventually dry up tomorrow. it they will be with us tonight. 56 in fairfax. 57
and secure a top four seed quit loughner 11st period.scoreless lucky break for san jose - minnesota's mikko koivu with the own goal 1-0 sj binge logan couture scores his 18th goal of the season off the great passing 2-0 sj minnesota goalie caught out of position and havlat makes them pay from right out in front 3-1 sj 3rd period - the pretty move and wraparound goal 4-1 sj final: 6-1 sharks sharks now in a 3-way tie with kings and canucks for 3rd place. 31 the ever popular sausage races.the #4 hot dog named frankie furter is in the leadbut the #1 bratwurst is right there.and it's frankie furter edging out brett2 on a more serious note - brewers pitcher yovani gallardo making the start despite being arrested for and when dui just two days agowith a blood alcohol three times3 gallardo - strikes out hunter pence on high heat 4 bot 1st / matt cain didn't have it again today - gives up three homers - this one to ryan braun who crushes it to left 2-0 mil bernie brewers comes down the slide - as he did three times on the day 5 bot 2nd/ the pitcher gallardo gets into the act - he homers off cain -
. chaos on the road in minnesota where blizzard conditions caused three semitrucks to collide including one carrying dozens of pigs and another hauling cattle. what a nightmare. meteorologist bill karins joins us now. bill, is there any chance we could get this behind us already? >> no. week after week we can't stop talking about snow. i'm really sick of it. i'm not even dealing with. i-94 is closed right now through the entire state of north dakota. that's the only major interstate that rolls through the area. we're continuing to watch that heavy snow falling in this region. winter storm warnings still in effect. look at how much snow. we mentioned bismarck record breaking 17 inches. most snow ever in a snowstorm in april. still snowing hard in fargo with seven inches on the ground. the white shows where you it's snowing. a ball of snow from bismarck to fargo up to grand forks and i imagine a lot of kids will have a day off of school in that area. the snow is coming to an end in areas from duluth northward. that is that area of snow. that will slowly end during the day today. if you wa
in minnesota. including one that was carrying pigs. psev several cars were involved in this accident. no reports of injuries to humans or the live stock. but that interstate is still shut down. >> this is why we can't live in minnesota. we we had a spectacular weekend here in the area. tom is here to let us know if that will happen. >> we had a few showers starting off this morning. there is the live view. where the cherry blossoms are still looking beautiful. 4:41 showing scatter ed sprinkls of light rain into west virginia. t these are going to be with us here for much of the morning commute. g grab an umbrella. pw we are into the 50s. that includes arlington and the district. and just about everywhere. we will have a few scattered showers and there is the time scale. it it looks like it will be cloudy by noon time and afternoon temperatures should make it into the upper 60s. it will be cloudy through the evening and temperatures by then will be dropping back down into the upper 50s. i'm back in ten minutes with a look at the week ahead. let's look at traffic. good morning. > >> go
testimony. it will help minnesota businesses and families alike. i want to think the senators who ever done this, getting us as far as we have gotten. mr. holtz-eakin, one of the most things i have most pleased about is what it does for agriculture, particularly in minnesota. minnesota is one of the biggest dairy producers in our nation. dairy farmers have not been able to access the work force they have needed for years. one program that allows farmers to get guest workers is open only to seasonal workers, and you cannot milk cows seasonally. you could, but you would get very uncomfortable cows. i have been calling for this -- anyway. enough said. >> i used to be chairman of the senate agriculture committee. you are bringing back to my roots. >> vermont has a very great dairy-producing culture. i'm glad the gang of eight felt the same way. we have heard testimony on the issue of productivity. it seems having access to a dependable legal work force has got to be a boom for various parts of our agricultural industry. what do you think? >> it will help over all productivity. it is important t
as minnesota but as admiral papp -- he said i do. he mouthed the word like we were getting married. >> right answer. >> admiral papp and acting administrator sullivan, thank you for being here. duluth, some of the ice breaking issues we have. and other things. so i appreciate the leapt that you've given us there as well as the issue that we have on some of the guide service issues which i'm not going to get into today. today i really wanted to focus on the floods that we're seeing in the red river valley. the national weather service's north central river forecast center is very important for us to pretect the heightened time of the river crest. two weekends ago i went home and it was 70-some degrees in washington and we had a foot of snow. the governor and i and senator franken had to head down to southwestern minnesota where we have a disaster area where we have ice cycles taking down trees and putting out power. last weekend we got another foot of snow and today we have another half foot of snow in the middle of april. something unheard of. we thought the fargo area was going to be fine.
minnesota. mr. franken: heard the senator from colorado. do you have -- my remarks are about 25 minutes. so is the senator from colorado's significantly shorter? dull dull mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from colorado. mr. udall: i have three or four minutes of remarks. mr. franken: i would yield to my colleague. the presiding officer: the senator from colorado. mr. udall: thank you. i want to tank my colleague from minnesota for his forebearance. the presiding officer: the senate will be in order. the senator from colorado. mr. udall: i rise today in support of our local small businesses and retailers across colorado. the presiding officer: the senate is in a quorum call. mr. udall: i would ask that the quorum call be lifted. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. udall: i rise today in support of our local small businesses and retailers across colorado and i'd like to think across our great country. senator durbin and senator enzi have introduced a bipartisan bill, the marketplace fairness act, of which i am a cosponsor. and it would level the playing field for bu
day. not so much in minnesota. among the coldest opening days on record. 35 degrees at game time. in all this was opening day for 12 mlb teams. all the teams started with a tribute to the victims of the newtown shooting. all the teams displayed a uniform patch for the occasion. >>> speaking of tradition, the first family and a large rabbit welcomed what seemed like half the kids in washington to their backyard today. the annual easter egg roll. there was book reading, cooking with al roker. there was the president comforting a little boy for whom it had all become just too much. on the court the president's outside shot went cold. he went 2 for 22 before moving on to the white house tennis court to hit a few instead. >>> when we come back here tonight, did you check the date today before work, before reading e-mails, checking the web? turns out a lot of people did not. >>> finally tonight, a lot of people woke up today to a new story out of france -- a sure sign of the times. it was announcing the residents of one french town would soon receive their morning newspaper by drone. t
through central arkansas, destroying a church, flipping trucks. four people injured there. in minnesota, heavy rain is causing rivers and streams to swell. several tornados and power outages caused them to declare a state of mental. and snow caught drivers off guard with 200 wrecks in the lubbock area. >> you know, it's this cold front. ahead of it it is so warm. temperatures just tumbled with some snow reported. 41 in dallas. you can see the warm air trying to hang on to the southeast. but it's not hard to find that cold front that is sitting right through areas like western kentucky, western tennessee, and stretching into southern texas. along that line we have heavy downpours, severe storms still possible. we also have lost the threat of tornado watches right now across kentucky and tennessee. but there's the best chance of seeing more severe storms into the panhandle of florida today. we'll keep an eye out for those severe storms. and heavy snow across parts of minnesota where a foot of snow is possible. tornados, hail, heavy gusty winds and snowfall totals up around a foot. this is
into arctic air and snow continues across central minnesota into the peninsula of michigan. john and marci, back to you. >> sam champion will have the latest on those twisters as daylight reveals the full extent of the damage. >>> now to the latest on the korean peninsula. they're moving some might in preparation for a missile launch from the north. >> and the pentagon has a hi high-tech radar in place. here are new details with abc's devin dwyer who is in washington. good morning, devin. >> reporter: this morning u.s. officials believe a north korean missile launch is imminent. the pentagon says this high-tech floating radar is now up and running joining a flotilla of naval destroyers off the korean coast for early detection. >> we have to assume the worst case. that's why we're postured as we are today. >> reporter: all eyes on the musudan pointed at the sky. it's never been tested but could reach u.s. bases in okinawa or guam more than 2,000 miles away. there are fears this could fall on south korea or japan which positioned patriot missiles around tokyo. >> one of the concern
for parts of the plains. we can see another system moving into minnesota. that's going to produce some snowshowers. parts of minnesota have experienced the snowiest april. so except for skiers, late season snow is definitely not good news. out towards the west, looking dry and temperatures are like summer. 29 degrees in sacramento. temperatures could go up to 37 degrees on your friday. seas seasonablebly across the east coast. 26 degrees in washington, d.c. and 23 in new york city but cooling down to 20 degrees in houston on your wednesday. finally, in europe, then, nasty weather is continuing in the north. we're talking about strong winds as well. and to the south we are seeing some rain and a risk of hail and thunderstorms for sardinia, sicily and the southeastern tip of siberia peninsula today. we're expecting dry weather and warmer than average temperatures -- look at this in paris, your high on wednesday could be 21 degrees. that could go up to 24 on thursday. in vienna, 26 and friday, 27 in bucharest. warmer weather is ahead of you. here's the extended forecast. that's all for th
. >>> members of the san francisco symphony spent part of their saturday supporting colleagues in minnesota. >> ama: the symphony played a benefit concert at st. mary's church. all proceeds go to the minnesota orchestra and the st. paul chamber orchestra. those musicians have been locked out of their job for 18 months. >> hundreds line up hoping to become part of this summer's marys -- america's cup. what they're looking for, just ahead. a beautiful saturday as you see fog rolling in, meteorologist rogue league lying is up with the fast. >> the aye's sell bratting the 1973 world series champions with a reunion. the >> ama: the america's cup is ramping up and organizers are now hiring and hundreds of hopefuls showed up at their job fair today. >> the america's cup pavilion may be empty now but soon the venue on the embark dare rewill be the destination for upwardded of 20 concerts. organizers hoping to fell the 9,000 feet paflon for all shows between may and october. first they need a big staff. >> positions as far as ticket takers, ushers, guest services. >> about 200 people are vying f
part of their saturday supporting colleagues in minnesota. >> ama: the symphony played a benefit concert at st. mary's church. all proceeds go to the minnesota orchestra and the st. paul chamber orchestra. those musicians have been locked out of their job for 18 months. >> hundreds line up hoping to become part of this summer's marys -- america's cup. what they're looking for, just ahead. a beautiful saturday as you see fog rolling in, meteorologist rogue league lying is up with the fast. >> the aye's sell bratting the 1973 world series champions with a reunion. [ male announcer ] fact: the 100% electric nissan leaf.... is more fun than ever. sees better than ever. ♪ charges faster. and will charge. cool. and heat. from your phone. fact: leaf never needs gas. ever. good for the world. built in america. now, leaf's an easier choice than ever. ♪ shop at choosenissan.com. ♪ >> ama: the america's cup is ramping up and organizers are now hiring and hundreds of hopefuls showed up at their job fair today. >> the america's cup pavilion may be empty now but soon the venue on the emb
-breaking snow in mid april is just too much. meanwhile, chaos on the road in minnesota. blizzard conditions caused three semi trucks to clyde. one truck was hauling pigs and one hauling cattle. bill karins joins us with a look at this forecast. the pigs and cattle are being affected? >> that won't be so bad if we could close the book but there's another storm. more snow from colorado to wyoming up to the plains. those are the poor folks who are dying for spring and can't get ahold of it. it's still snowing. it's snowing hard from fargo north wards up to areas around grand forks. interstate i-94 is still closed. that's a major highway through north dakota from fargo all the way to the montana border. thankfully minnesota is looking a little better. we mentioned snowfall totals. this just shatters all records for this late in the season, especially april records in north dakota. notice that dickinson, 16 inches. even fargo has 7 inches and it's still snowing right now in fargo. fargo we're going to deal with, everyone wants to know what's next. here's the forecast. european computer model. wh
. but there's some students like this university of minnesota wrestler who would spit in the face of ncaa and defy their perfectly fair rules. >> my eligibility got taken away. it got swiped. i couldn't compete for the university of minnesota. >> why did they strip you of eligibility. >> i had a phone and my name was on it. >> why did you think you could use your own name. >> it's my message and it's me. >> it's not your name. it belongs to the ncaa. >> the ncaa rules say athletes can't profit by using their own name in a song that they wrote that has nothing to do with sports. don't forget the ncaa is giving them the gift of education. >> i have 10% scholarship. that doesn't cover a lot and on top of that a cover my living expenses. >> and you are making a butt load of money on the song. >> the song hasn't made me rich. i haven't even broken even. the ncaa owns the name joel bauman. >> you are rapping under the name joel bauman, that's the accountant of the record label. the ncaa wants to distance themselves from his gangsta rap style. >> put your ones up if you want your dreams right no
for the bay area. sharks, as, giants, warriors all in action. tonight when they take on the minnesota timber wolves those warriors could clench a playoff spot. look at them kids. [ sigh ] they have no idea what it was like before u-verse high speed internet. yeah, you couldn't just stream movies to a device like that. one time, i had to wait half a day to watch a movie. you watched movies?! i was lucky if i could watch a show. show?! man, i was happy to see a sneezing panda clip! trevor, have you eaten today? you sound a little grumpy. [ laughter ] [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. >>> a $300 million water front home in san francisco. beginning next week it is open to the public. it is making a move after more than 40 years. >> this is going to be good. nbc bay area joe rosato, jr. got a look inside and outside the new building today. here is the tour. >> reporter: for over four decades san francisco's famed exploratorium has found clever ways to enlighten visitors about science. now as it readies to open its new hom
of that snow made an appearance in minnesota called the twin's mets games to be postponed. it was rescheduled for august. it may actually be snowing then the way things are going. >> maria molina will let us know if that is the case. >> climb tol logically that is not totally accurate. we will see. we expect another round of snow as we head across parts of the upper midwest. that area the daut coat t dakot records set as far as how much snow was picked up. they picked up over 17 inches of snow. as we head into the later month of spring is the snow melt could cause river flooding. that is something we will keep an eye on over the next several weeks. i want to mention over parts of the dakotas, the atlantic we have light showers to deal with. the snowstorm that brought snow across the midwest still doing so across north dakota and sections of minnesota. still dangerous traveling conditions out there. winter storm warnings are still in effect and gusts could be 20-30 miles per hour at times. the warm sector, that time of the year we see severe weather. we have a slight chance to see severe storm
as the minnesota drivers. thank you. >> (calling names). >> good afternoon berry. i first want to say that the t m y vehicles are going to be a dinosaur. so i think you'd better look at the fuel tanks because it's tough to fill up. i went to a night club which has a new sound system i was about ready to go home and some guy in a site approached me and said where are you going. i don't appreciate it getting solicited and there were a lot of black town street it was hard to get through that. as speaking many had a private citizen nike think it behoves you to get the inspectaculars out that. you're not enforcing this and the cabdrivers were having to line up behind them. i wanted to say that it doesn't look good that or i would ask you to support chris when she goes before those people. their bought and sold. you see they shut her off and i want you to pass a resolution to pass what she has to go through >> (calling names). >> good afternoon directors. march 19th meeting there were 3 hundred people here. told the people they couldn't take on electronic equipment. i would like to inform all the di
. the blob lost in wisconsin. the blood never gives up. now union activists in minnesota wants to force day care workers to join unions. the union spokesman says it will be good for children in day care workers. >> unite to improve the quality of child care, to increase the access for working parents, and to lift our procession. john: left the profession. it sounds good. but holly -- hollee saville says it's not. yet a day care center you run for eight years. so you want to lift the profession? >> i believe we have already lifted the profession, and i am a licensed family child care provider. in my home i own my own business , an independent self-employed business owner. john: they say you and everyone else must unionize. >> that is essentially what they're doing, trying to force us to unionize. they say that it is -- will be voluntary, representation is not . john: two is they? >> our legislators. john: your governor wants unionization. he issued an executive order to make this happen, saying i am sympathetic to those who think the union, as has been proven in other fields, will lead to be
. the blood never gives up. now union activists in minnesota wants to force day care workers to join unions. the union spokesman says it will be good for children in day care workers. >> unite to improve the quality of child care, to increase the access for working parents, and to lift our procession. john: left the profession. it sounds good. but holly -- hollee saville says it's not. yet a day care center you run for eight years. so you want to lift the profession? >> i believe we have already lifted the profession, and i am a licensed family child care provider. in my home i own my own business , an independent self-employed business owner. john: they say you and everyone else must unionize. >> that is essentially what they're doing, trying to force us to unionize. they say that it is -- will be voluntary, representation is not . john: two is they? >> our legislators. john: your governor wants unionization. he issued an executive order to ke this happen, saying i am sympathetic to those who think the union, as has been proven in other fields, will lead to better wages, better working con
. the blob lost in wconsin. the blood never gives up. now union activists in minnesota wants to force day care workers to join uninions. the union spokesm says it will be good for children in day care workers. >> unite to improve the quality of child care, to increase the access for working parents, and to lift our procession. john: left the profession. it sounds good. but holly -- hollee saville says it's not. yet a day care center you run for eight years. so you want to lift the profession? >> i believe we have already lifted the profession, and i am a licensed family child care provider. in my home i own my own business , an independent self-employed business owner. john: they say you and everyone else must unionize. >> that i essentially what they're doing, trying to force us to unionize. they say that it is -- will be voluntary, representation is not . john: two is they? >> our legislato. john: your governor wants unionization. he issued an executive order to make this happen, saying i am sympathetic to those who think the union, as has been proven in other fields, will lead to bette
the gentleman from minnesota seek recognition? >> mr. speaker, pursuant to house resolution 146, i call up h.r. 1120, and ask for its immediate consideration in the house. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: union calendar number 18, h.r. 1120, a bill to prohibit the national labor relations board from taking any action that requires a quorum of the members of the board until such time as board constituting a quorum shall have been confirmed by the senate. the supreme court issues a decision on the constitutionality of the appointments to the board dated january, 2012, or the adjournment sine die of the first session of the 113th congress. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to house resolution 146, in lieu of the amendment in the nature 6 a substitute -- of a subsequent tooth recommended by the committee on education and work force printed in the bill, an amendment in the nature of a substitute consisting of the text of committee print 113-6, is adopted in the bill as amended is considered as read. the gentleman from minnesota, mr. klein, and -- mr
the postseason. they beat the minnesota timber wolf 105- 89. >> i love those warriors there are so dedicated. it pays to be patient. now there are reaping the rewards. >> congratulations to them. will take a quick break on the kron 4 morning news on this wednesday morning. it will be a warm one today. a record-breaking heat on the way. a live look outside the bay bridge toll plaza. traffic is light. the time is 4:08 . we will be right back. >> >> for the entire month of april watch kron 4 news at 8 in the morning and 8 at night. you comprises, cash, cars or exclusive kron 4 items. like frequent-flier miles watching us. we will show you a word of the day during a in the morning at 8 at night. you can enter the word on kron 4 reward and earning point. signed up at kron 4 .com and click on rewards registration. it is simple. you can do it by using facebook. if you sign up now you can earn points by entering trivia questions or pay playing cool gangster if you will get 8500 bonus and be entered for a chance to win an hdtv, a home surveillance system, or a rocker gaming chair. >> until the end of
. thank you. [applause] >> i arrived in minnesota. the first lady kindly came in to me this day and she had this fantastic house in new york that had my first night. it was a six-run thing and ran out of fluid of course. but rod was five months and shoulders to spend the night night at this extraordinary house on fifth avenue. and then she put me on a plane to minnesota. i have not even looked at a map. i have no idea. my father when he put me on the plane in london, was crying. he gave me this bottle of randy. of course i got to minnesota on six feet of snow. i knew it all the brand-new sewer. it is a great experience because we had this wonderful little pvided by my husband said you can't do that it's freezing. is that i've never sat with the window close to my life. of course the whole thing froze up. we had a wonderful, very, very different but i was trying. people exchanging tunafish casserole. i don't like tuna fish or casserole, but i was doing my best. a friend of mine who is a psychiatrist that in california and she and i were laughing about it the other day. but older children
. william over green, he buries a 3. they fall 97-90. next night comes tuesday night against minnesota. >> they received their rings and giants received an old-fashioned butt killinging from the cardinals. rings arrived by a cable car trolley and white gloves tiffany and people. and certain lay proud moment for players and franchise, second time they did it in three years. this is batting practice for the cards. seven hits, worst appearance sings april 2008. that was against the cardinals. gave up nine runs and 3 2/3 and matt cain, about his out go. >> for the rest of the guys, i wish i had done better. to keep the excitement going. its long season. we'll have a lot more games. >>> if everyone has a twin, josh reddick, a three run home game and coco crisp, chris young in the fifth got oakland to 8-0 lead. reddick hiting is not an issue. right risk chasing foul ball in the fifth. x-rays are negative. he is day to day. a's have won five straight games. >> you will go in my mouth, chocolate ice cream. >> look at this shot. backhand top shelf, precision, third goal of the year. san jose we
beat minnesota last night to clinch their first playoff berth since 2007, and just their 2nd in 19 years but celebration is short livedwith four games to go david lee and company need to win to hang onto the 6th spot and avoid drawing san antonio or oklahoma city in the 1st round warriors back at practice today - preparing for thunder and steph curry knows how important it is to keep on winning >> you have to and enjoy the process and each step along the way. at the same time it is a heck of an accomplishment. it was not just to win a game or get into the playoffs it is bigger. certainly, we are going to embrace each step of the way. >> we have been running this all night. we have confirmed that this rookie confirmed ifbaezmore this audi s5...a nice car...and a hazing incident involving popcorn.... tiger woods is looking for his fifth masters. arnold palmer or was there. jack nicklaus was there. and there were even 2 different hole in one's ... the augusta georgia ... >> pam: good night! see you tomorrow. it's sleep train's interest-free for 3 event! get 3 years interest-free finan
objection. franmr. franken: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from minnesota. mr. franken: mr. president, rise today in support of legislation that will level the playing field for brick-and-mortar retailers in minnesota and across our nation. i've joined my bipartisan group of friends, including senators durbin, enzi, heitkamp, and alexander in support of the legislation we're debating this week, the marketplace fairness act. it will simply allow states to help their brick-and-mortar retailers including the mom and pop shops on main street stay competitive in a marketplace be with online sales have become a fact of life. this legislation is a commonsense measure that brings our sales tax laws into the 21st century. in minnesota, the retail industry includes nearly half a million workers, about one in five jobs in our state, and those retailers need to compete on price and on service every single day. but the current sales tax system makes it impossible for them to compete on an even playing field. take michael norby, who hones a department store in downtown detroit lakes,
of minnesota, keith ellison. >>> also this morning, perspective on the threats testing the president, from former british prime minister tony blair. and our roundtable this morning includes democratic senator amy klobuchar as the group reflects on the bush library dedication this week and reacts to the president's big saturday night with washington journalists. >>> and good sunday morning. washington is bleary-eyed after what's come to be known as nerd prom in our nation's capital where politicians, celebrities, journalists, all mingle for a night of bipartisan fun. the president finding way to poke fun at washington's disarray. >> i know republicans are still sorting out what happened in 2012, but one thing they all agree on is they need to do a better job reaching out to minorities. call me self-centered but i can think of one minority they could start with. [ laughter ] hello. >> we're going to have some highlights and reaction from last night but we want to start with the very serious topic of syria this morning. the looming threat after this week's revelation about the possible use of
into minnesota and wisconsin, this produced those silly pictures that you saw in north dakota. temperature-wise, they fall, but not too far. mid 50's expected here, at the northeast corner of the state and tomorrow, with the east wind we are held in the 60's. we have all across the coast, ocean city and delaware, even to wilmington the temperatures may be in the 50's. it will be in the 60's for us with slightly higher temperatures and we have 40's 4 lows, and generally cloudy skies. not as cold as it has been. some clouds, and and drizzle and perhaps a brief shower. 744 -- 7:44. most of the day will be cloudy with the brief shower and a generally dry day on tuesday, wednesday with a scattered showers or thunderstorms and by thursday, the main front will come in friday and saturday with the highest chance of rain. >> thank you. today was a tragic day in history. 101 years ago, the titanic struck that faded iceberg on the journey to -- journey from new york. after it struck the iceberg, two years later the unsinkable ship went under. 47 years earlier, the 16th president was assassinated. joh
several hours. the cold area is off to the north rein west. in north dakota, northern minnesota are looking at blizzard warnings and winter storm warnings up to 10-15 inches of snow in upper midwest. high pressure moves off the coast. here's our next disturbance. the clouds are beginning to filter in from the south and west. clouds will stick around into the day tomorrow. we may see a sprinkle or two but only about a 20%-30% chance to see anything at all. here's the futurecast as we move into the day tomorrow. highs will rebound to 70 degrees. through the day on tuesday, once again, a chance of a few passing showers are highs that will approach 75. 48-55 for a nighttime low. for the day tomorrow, looking ok. a few showers, south and west of d.c. upper 60's to lower 70's for an afternoon high. the extended outlook shows a good bump in temperatures. no means we'll be record breaking. 80 on wednesday. throw in a few showers on thursday and friday. by saturday, the cold front will be here and the winds will pick up. temperatures will be around 60 degrees but the wind-chill factor wi
be gray but winter's wrath is over in the u.s. nasty storm hitting minnesota once again, bringing with it snow, ice and howling winds, making a mess in major highways and interstates, three semis and a couple of cars involved in a crash, the snow played havoc on a major league baseball game. the mets and twins had to postpone because they can't play in the snow. speed is necessary when responding to an mrming but this is not the case. rescuers had to be slow and gentle trying to help this little girl who got her head stuck between two walls in china. she was sent to the hospital. should be okay. no serious injuries. so continue giggling. >>> he is a way to kill time, start spinning. this is a monk seal, one of the most endangered animals on earth. it loves to spin. the staff doesn't know why he spins and says his partner doesn't know why he does it either but they asked the seal sp and the seal is not talking. >>> sunny and 80. what we are watching, wet weather, it's a cold front, we should stay dry throughout the day. it will get closer to us. a few peaks of sunshine in here. a
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pipelines and run away freight trains. first pipelines in arkansas and minnesota burst last week, blanketing entire neighborhoods in crude oil. exxon mobil initially claimed just a few thousand barrels of oil spilled but it turned out to be more like 10,000. >> i mean look. incredible. and that is oil. >> michael: it's just unbelievable when you look at that. and that's not the only spill that happened last week either. this minnesota a train carrying tar sands oil was going 150 miles an hour when it derailed and spilled oil. these spills are happening again and again. there have been 102 in just the last ten years. and the senate approved a non-binding bill to approve the keystone pipeline. jay carney said the pipeline isn't even on the president's agenda, but the republicans are keeping up the pressure. >> the keystone xl pipeline is a no-brainer no-brainer. it has passed muster through several environmental reviews. >> lee terry might be a no-brainer. several of those reviews he talked about was the one committed by a state department and sponsored by oil
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